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Friday, March 23, 2007

Delhi Transport Corporation

At one time, the only way you could get around Delhi if you did not have your own two-wheeler was through the buses of the Delhi Transport Corporation. There were no Blue Lines, no other private buses and no Metro. There was a constant pressure to make sure that a bus pass costing Rs. 12.50 (per month) was available that would allow free travel in DTC buses.
Now. there are other modes of travel, but Delhi Transport Corporation is still a big carried of people inside Delhi. DTC offers two types of travel services - IntraCity and InterCity.
IntraCity means services inside Delhi, something we are all aware of. These buses terminate at different bus terminals owned by DTC and cover the entire city. In fact, DTC has a web site for finding bus services between different locations inside Delhi, available at this link (many times the search does not work right, use the indirect route link at the bottom of the search result page).
InterCity means that DTC offers bus service to different states from the 3 main InterState bus terminals run by DTC. Details of this service are available at this link. A short summary:
1. ISBT at Kashmere Gate (Old Delhi): This is the original ISBT and is the primary route for DTC buses heading to Punjab & Jammu and Kashmir.
2. ISBT at Anand Vihar ISBT (East Delhi): This is the original point for all buses heading to Uttar Pradesh and Uttranchal. Currently, because of a dispute with Uttar Pradesh, DTC buses don't run on these routes, but private buses do.
3. ISBT at Sarai Kale Khan (South-East Delhi): Buses to Rajasthan and Haryana (although buses to Haryana run from a lot of locations within Delhi).

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